Seven rounds of the NFL draft aren't enough for some prospects to hear their name called and the Bears signed 11 such players Sunday.
According to ChicagoBears.com, the team agreed to terms with the following: Wyoming running back Alvester Alexander, Troy offensive tackle James Brown, Old Dominion defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron, Louisiana Tech linebacker Adrien Cole, Maine safety Trevor Coston, Western Illinois receiver Terriun Crump, West Texas A&M receiver Brittan Golden,Auburn tackle A.J. Greene, Wayne State safety Jeremy Jones, Liberty receiver Chris Summersand Southern Miss linebacker Ronnie Thornton.
Brown is the most intriguing player of the group and was ranked as the second best undrafted player by NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt and Scouts Inc. Brown checks in at 6-3 12 and weighs 306 pounds.
Pro Football Weekly says the following of Brown: An unrefined, athletic college left tackle with enough agility and arm length to stay on the edges in the pros, but could warrant more interest inside where he is protected and has help on each side. Has starting-caliber traits at multiple positions and could excel most in a zone-slide protection scheme.